107. ARATIDU RlMARSJA'S CHILDREN.
Ramaraja married four wives, Aubhalambika, Lakkama,
Rangamma and Amalamamba. Of these Lakkaniamba gave
birth to three sons, Timma, Konda and Sriranga, The eldest
of them Timma became famous among kings as Ramaraju
fi) Mac. Mss. 13-2-19, p. 286.
108. RlMARAJU TIMMA.
(1 and 6) Timma, the son of Araviti Rama, obtained from
Vlra Narasimha, a gandapeiidara,* for having punished the
traitors. He gave eye-sight to a blind man at the command of
the Grod Yenkatesvara; and caused water to spring in
summer on a rock at Mlgamula. He defeated the Sava (the
idil Khan) in a battle at Manuva ; (2 and 4) and subdued
Uddan^araya, and the chief of Pattavada.
(3) He granted to the Mussalman (chief or king) Muham-
mad, his life, scattered the army of the Gajapati, whom he put
i.5) He established the chief of Qautayara in his kingdom,
and was a lion to the elephant, i.e., the ruler of Pattavada.
i Mac. Msf.
109. THE CORONATION OF KR?NADEVARAYA,
Vlra Karasimhaf told his dalanayakas that he had become
old, and that they should make arrangements for crowning
* * A badge of lumoar bestowed on a haro, worn as a gaiter on ou* leg-1
*Tk* cnginal has Kę?ii5y* whisk a in obvious mistake.